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We got the excellent people in the tourist information office to phone the Opera house and they confirmed they could do a tour in English at mid day.
You go to the box office to pay, 15 GEL and then into the auditorium. We were...More
This architectural gem of Tbilisi - boasting an interesting mix of Moorish and European styles - is a must see for anyone into architecture or if want to have a glimpse into the diverse history of the city as well as it’s rich cultural past...More
A Georgian friend booked the tour and was looking forward to it for days. Arrived in plenty of time, the box office opened late and when i finally got to the front was told by a very laconic staff member there was no tour today...More
I went to see a recent production of Turnadot. The performance was very special and I enjoyed it immensely. I also enjoyed taking a look around the recently renovated building itself. It has a wonderful design and the inside is beautiful. It's a complete must...More
Both the exterior and the interior of this tastefully and painstakingly restored opera house made us long for the days long gone by.
Moorish architecture on the outside coupled with European and Eastern elements on the inside makes one wonder about the cultural influences that...More
If you like ballet then look what is on at the Opera House, an interesting Moorish building on Rustavali Avenue.we were fortunate to have tickets for the Georgian State ballet performance of Chopiniana, Spectre de la Rose and The Fire bird. The auditorium is grand...More
Walking the main Rustaveli Ave we bumped on this edifice, which is located slightly above the old Parliament on the other side of the street.
While by the shape of it you could tell it's an Opera or Theater venue, by its architectural style you...More
If you like ballet or opera it definitely worth checking out what is on at the Opera House while you are in Tbilisi. They have some world class performances at unheard of ticket prices (at least compared to anywhere else in Europe).